Make a slight twist to your holiday program and enrich your experience with our memorable 1-day and half-day excursion trips organized Brela. The trips cover some of the most popular natural attractions in Croatia of beautiful scenery.
We recommend you:
- Rafting Cetina
- Fish Picnic & Winery
- Split Shopping
- Plitvička jezera
- Excursion Dubrovnik
- Excursion trip Photo Safari – Wild Horses
Vruja Beach is perfect for all those who want to escape civilisation and get in touch with pristine nature, where the sea is so clear it is difficult to find the words to describe it. The beauty both above and below the sea surface will thrill divers. The word vruja means underwater freshwater springs, so the sea temperature is somewhat lower here.
Biokovo Nature Park
Mt Biokovo is a mountain located right next to the coast in central Dalmatia. It is proud of its status as a nature park and is the perfect destination for daytrips for guests staying on the Makarska Riviera. Biokovo’s steep and bare cliffs go down to the sea, ending in a narrow green coastal strip. There are only a few trails leading up the steep limestone mountainside that people and animals can use. Therefore, we recommend that you have a guide when visiting Mt Biokovo.
Mt Biokovo is 1762 m high and offers various activities for visitors, such as hiking through the forest, where you will encounter a variety of animals such as the chamois and sheep, and see many plants that are native to Croatia. You can also visit the Kotišina Botanical Garden that has plants native to Biokovo.
Do not miss out on one of the most beautiful and oldest Croatian cities – Split.
Split is famous for Diocletian’s Palace dating from the late 3rd century, home to the Roman Emperor Diocletian.
Diocletian’s Palace is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Its beauty and atmosphere are reminiscent of the ancient Roman period and attract tourists from all over the world.
Split is the centre of Dalmatia and becomes the capital of Croatia during the summer. Young people enjoy this town because of its numerous cafes, bars and clubs.
Split Summer Festival attracts lovers of culture who will surely enjoy the rich and diverse concert and theatre program held at unique locations around the town.
To find out more about the Split Summer Festival program, visit www.splitsko-ljeto.hr.
You can visit some of the nearby Dalmatian islands if you are staying in Brela:
Korčula: visit Marko Polo’s native town
Zlatni rat, Brač: take a swim at the most famous Croatian beach – Zlatni rat in Bol
Hvar: experience the ancient and glamorous atmosphere of Hvar
Vis: you will be amazed by the beauty and superb culinary delicacies on the far-away and exotic island of Vis
Rafting on the Cetina River:
Rafting on the Cetina River near Omiš will thrill all those who are looking for adrenaline and adventure. The rapids of the Cetina River are easy to medium-difficult, so the entire family can join in for a day of rafting. Apart from having a good time, you will also enjoy discovering hidden caves, lakes and Mediterranean vegetation.